Beef steak marinade for grilling.
No island BBQ would be complete without finadeni. This all-purpose sauce is used to flavor rice, soups, dipping and is excellent for marinating chicken, beef and pork. If you like, I have seen other people substitute the thinly sliced onions with chopped onions or chopped green onions.
This is a very zesty and unusual marinade. (Best if used on thin steaks.)
You haven't tasted ketchup until you've tasted *homemade* ketchup! At about 1/3 the cost of the brand names (you wouldn't actually even think of using a generic brand, would you?!), there is no reason why you or your family or crew should suffer through life without this stuff! It keeps well in the 'fridge for a few weeks, but rarely is still around by then! This recipe makes enough to about fill an emptied (and washed out!) 32 ounce squeeze bottle from the store-bought stuff.
Try this unique combo of grilled lemon, tomato and sirloin steak.
Lucky tuna bathes in a spicy tequila marinade before a quick trip to the grill. Great spicy/sweet mix, and plenty of tequila leftover for later in the evening.
A big-flavored marinade gives this brisket big taste. Add in some veggie friends at the end of cooking and you've got a meal fit for any gathering.
A little sweet, a little sour, a little spicy, a little cool and a little crunchy. They say that the Asian cuisines are the most complex and this recipe combines Asian complexity with a lazy man's simplicity. Here's your meat and salad deliciously combined in one easy to make dish!